When you shop Princeville, you
are also investing in the future of the community. To get the best value
out of your dollar, invest your money here to help promote the
continued growth of Princeville. Studies show that for every dollar
spent locally, twice as much is reinvested back into the community by
the business owners. By shopping locally you are also generating
sales tax revenue, boosting local employment, and paving the way for
new business to open in Princeville.
Why make the drive into Peoria
when you have almost all you need here? Princeville has many diverse
services, like chiropractic care, car repair, lawyer consulting,
insurance, and even a car wash. And all of your basic needs-banking,
groceries, fuel, food-can be found in town, also.
Save the gas consumption and
help Princeville's continued growth by shopping locally.
Flowers & Gifts by Freres
Main St., 385-4634
Hours call (309)635-2942
After hours appointments are available upon request.
Please call us if an appointment is needed to schedule a
Stop by and check out
their Weekly Specials!
During Holiday Homecoming on Saturday, December 3rd the
shop will have a sale of 50% off store wide!
includes Village Board agendas, postings of
Village Board Committee meetings, and
a community calendar. The calendar includes local events and
happenings. If your group, church or organization would
like to have an event placed on the calendar, please email, firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Julie at 385-1916.
Princeville Civic Association encourages all community members to keep
in mind to shop locally.
just during the Holiday Season,
of our local businesses have
cards/certificates also available!
Kids drop off
Princeville State Bank in Princeville is a drop off site
for Coats for Kids! Please bring new or clean, gently used coats
anytime between now and Friday 12/9/2016.
2017 Golf Cart
Cart/UTV stickers are now available at Village Hall.
stickers expire on December 31, 2017
are $25 to those
have one in 2016 and $30 for any new ones.
December 31, 2016 the stickers will be $25 for everyone.
Lions Club Santa Breakfast & Holiday Homecoming
Santa Breakfast at
the Akron-Princeville Firehouse from 8-11am
Businesses Open with Treats and Sales
Shop Local This Holiday Season!
Scroll down for
Tour of Homes
4-7pm, see flyer
below for ticket information and details.
8-10am at the
Princeville Heritage Museum
See flyer below!
up in January:
a fundraiser for the Princeville Heritage Museum on
21 at 1pm at the museum.
Tea party, photo,
frame craft and princess fun for all! Each princess will receive a wand
and tiara to take home. Tickets are $20 per princess, ticket
price includes one adult admission. Tickets available at the
museum beginning December 5th. The Princess Party is for ages 4
Princeville Lions Club
@ Akron-Princeville Firehouse
Everyone is welcome to visit with Santa
in the front lobby of the Firehouse!
Stop by the
firehouse to register for Drawings!!
Drawing for a girls 16 inch bike & boys 16 inch
Also drawings for other toys!
ALSO: Drawing at the breakfast for a pork
bundle from Smith Family Heritage Farms and a beef bundle from Barn
All drawings sponsored by PCA.
Winners of the PCA Drawings will be announced at
11am at the Firehouse, you need not be present to win.
Visit participating local businesses,
the morning of Saturday, December 3rd
for shopping and treats!!
Athletic Performance Center
Gifts by Freres
& Lumber Co.
participate contact, Amy Troutman or Rudy Roger,
your name and information at Village Hall.
The Wish Tree is located at Village Hall.
The United Christian Women's Fellowship
This "tree" will have children's names (by
number only) on it that could use some help with a Christmas gift this
Please come by and pick off an ornament and help
someone in our community to have a brighter Christmas.
Also, you can come to the Village Hall (drop box in
register your child's name to be placed on the Wish
Please use this opportunity to get your child
a Christmas gift.
Annual Pumpkin Baking Contest
Annual Pumpkin Baking Contest
Entries due at Village Hall Friday, December 2, by 3pm.
Pick up your entry form and can of pumpkin at Village Hall
regular business hours, M-F, 8am-5pm (closed Noon-1pm)
**Canned pumpkin must be used that is provided with the
3 Categories: Pumpkin Pie, Desserts & Other
2 Age Groups: Adult & Junior (12 & under)
1st in each category - $50
2nd in each category - $25
Entries judged on taste and presentation.
Only one category per person. Recipe must be
included with entry.
Contest entries will be on display at Village Hall
during Holiday Homecoming
from 8-11am on Saturday, December 3rd.
Gingerbread House Contest
December 3 at EB Buildings
& Lumber Co.
Forms available at EB Buildings & Lumber Co.,
Village Hall and also on the Village website, www.princeville.org
Homecoming at the Lillie M. Evans Library
At the Lillie M. Evans Library from 9am-1pm on
Saturday, December 3
Drop off your letter to Santa!
(And if you include your address, one of Santa's
helpers will respond)
You can chase away the cold by sampling treats and
by visiting the Fiber Arts Show. Nonperishable food items are being
collected as part of the Food-4-Fines, donations go to the local food
The Friends will also be holding their annual
so be sure to stop by!
Tour of Homes
All meetings are open to the public.
Princeville Garden Club
pm at the Lillie M Evans Library for a Christmas potluck. Bring a
covered dish to share and a $5.00 wrapped gift to exchange.
Village of Princeville Board Meeting
at Village Hall
(Please note the change in time for the Village Board
in December 2016 the meetings will now begin at 7pm.)
meeting agendas are posted 48 hours prior to the meeting and can be
found posted at Village Hall or on the Village website, www.princeville.org
Lillie M. Evans Library Board Meeting
at the library
Board minutes and information can be found on the Library's
#326 is also offering before and after school care located at
Princeville Grade School. Now enrolling Kindergarten through 5th
information, contact Ann Ladd (309) 385-2213 ext 1943
Akron-Princeville Ambulance Needs Drivers!
Ambulance is in need of drivers!
you ever thought about volunteering for your community? Do you
work or live in Princeville?
Ambulance is taking applications for daytime
and nighttime volunteer drivers.
Applicants must be 21 years of age and have a valid driver's
license with a clean driving record.
license not required. Training will be provided.
you are interested, please call (309)256-5765 for an application and
further information. Thank you in advance!
Akron Princeville Fire Department Needs Volunteers!
Have you ever thought about being a volunteer firefighter?
Do you live and or work in Princeville? Now would be the time that you
turn that thought of volunteering into a reality. The Akron-Princeville
Fire Dept is accepting applications for volunteers. We can not provide
top notch service without people to respond. Although we have an
immediate need for daytime volunteers, all applications will be
considered. Please go to apfd.com
contact any APFD member for an application or if you have
Thank You in advance for your interest in being a volunteer!!!!
@ Princeville Presbyterian Church
339 S. Santa Fe Ave.
& 3rd Thursday of each Month from 5-6pm.
of non-perishable & non-glass items are accepted
and Thursdays from 8am-1pm at the church office.